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Do you sometimes look at your dog, perhaps when rubbing its belly, and wonder what it would say to you if it knew how to speak? Well, you are not the only one. I’m sure dogs would love to let us know their exact thoughts and emotions too. Unfortunately, they don’t speak our language and […]
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Even when living in an urban environment, outdoor wildlife and many other seemingly safe animals still pose some significant threats to pets. Take skunks for example, how many times when driving or walking down a city street have we caught a whiff of that unforgettable and obnoxious odor of a skunk? Speaking of questions, many […]
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If your children have been asking for a family pet and IF you decide they are mature enough, why not give them the responsibility of caring for an animal? They’ll only benefit from caring for another being. However you should know that you will have to be a responsible one while your children will learn […]
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Many dog owners are not aware of the fact that skin cancer can affect their furry loved companions. Perhaps it’s the fact that dogs are covered in fur, and therefore apparently protected from sun exposure, but dog skin cancer is simply something that many owners and dog lovers don’t think about. Unfortunately, an estimated 6 […]
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Pitbulls have gotten a bad rap over the years as dangerous, unpredictable animals that should never be around children or other dogs. The truth is that pitbulls are not the problem, but rather their owners are to blame. Pitbulls are a very trainable breed. This is often the reason for the problems owners cause. Unscrupulous owners […]
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There are many different factors to think about when considering whether or not to get a dog, the first of which is how much will it bark? If you live in a back to back house, caravan park, own a business (could live above a shop/in a hotel etc) you won’t want a dog that […]
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It’s exciting to adopt your first pet, and by doing so you’re beginning a journey that will ultimately enrich the lives of you and your family. Pet ownership isn’t a walk in the park, however (except when it is, literally). First-time pet owners oftentimes underestimate the amount of care and know-how that goes into being […]
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Knowing how to keep your dog safe and comfortable during fireworks is of the utmost importance on the 4th of July in the United States. More dogs run away on this day than any other day of the year. A few simple precautions can be taken to ensure your dog remains safe and secure. Take […]
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It’s easy to let your workout routine and your dog’s regular exercise take a backseat in the winter when the weather is bad. Between the cold temperatures and the snow, most people and dogs would rather stay indoors. But now that warm weather has arrived, you can help your pet (and yourself!) get back in […]
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Whatever your connection with PMAR-social media follower, previous adopter, donor, volunteer, dog networker, fan, event attendee-you’ll know that we are ALWAYS looking for foster families! PMAR doesn’t operate a shelter, or other housing facility for dogs. All of the dogs in our care live in private homes, with volunteer foster families. Fosters are the backbone […]
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